One of the safest countries in the world
The economy and security are closely linked. A strong economy and secure citizens allow both to thrive.
The World Economic Forum considers a country's security in its annual report on global competitiveness. It takes into account the threats posed by organized crime, terrorism, homicide rates and the reliability of his police force in determining a country's place in the economic world.
New Zealand ranks sixth behind Finland, Singapore, Iceland, Oman and Switzerland.
But beyond the consequences on the economy it is especially, and first, the consequences on our serenity and therefore our well-being which prevails in New Zealand.
It is for this reason that it is the ideal country to raise children or to study.